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Louis the Great

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  • n. king of France from 1643 to 1715; his long reign was marked by the expansion of French influence in Europe and by the magnificence of his court and the Palace of Versailles (1638-1715)

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Examples

  • Of course, Louis the Great and Vern the Great will be there, so good luck to us.

    babycartercl Diary Entry

  • He was a wise king of great personal attractiveness and would be remembered in Hungarian history as Louis the Great and in Poland as Louis the Hungarian.

    Poland

  • Such was the emaciated France which Louis the Great picked systematically to the bone for the next thirty-five years.

    The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 12

  • Austrain Marie-Antoinette, amid devices of rosebuds and true-lovers 'knots, birds and butterflies, cupidons and shepherdesses, goddesses, courtiers, cottagers, and milkmaids; statuettes of Parian marble and biscuit china; gilded baskets of hothouse flowers; fantastical caskets of Indian filigree-work; fragile tea-cups of turquoise china, adorned by medallion miniatures of Louis the Great and Louis the Well-beloved,

    Lady Audley's Secret

  • Most Invincible, and Most Christian King of France, Louis the Great, fourteenth of that name, the Most Excellent Louis de Buade, Count of

    Picturesque Quebec : a sequel to Quebec past and present

  • His successor, Louis the Great, is credited with having touched sixteen hundred people on Easter Sunday, 1686, using the words, "_Le Roy te touche, Dieu te guĂ©risse.

    Primitive Psycho-Therapy and Quackery

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